The Mission of Capital Projects Division is to deliver a broad spectrum of quality public infrastructure projects safely, efficiently, and responsibly.
The Capital Projects Division is responsible for the compilation and implementation of the City's annual Capital Improvement Plan. Many capital improvement projects come under our purview including: construction of fire stations, city buildings, bridges, traffic signals, bikeways, freeway interchanges, and street improvements.
Street improvements include: roadway pavement, curb, gutter, sidewalk, curb ramps, driveway approaches, landscaped medians, storm drains, street lights, dry and wet utilities such as water pipelines, sewers, recycled waterlines, electrical, telecommunication and cable conduits.
Through long range planning in an environmentally conscientious manner with full inter-governmental and public agency coordination, prudent real property acquisitions, diligent construction management and fiscally responsible contract management efforts, this division is dedicated to delivering projects which improve the quality of life, so that the residents on Moreno Valley can have a strong sense of pride in their City.
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Current Fiscal Year Project Spotlight
Perris Boulevard Widening
The existing Perris Boulevard from Ironwood Avenue to Manzanita Avenue is a partially improved north-south arterial street that varies in width and consists of a two-lane road with shoulders in some areas and fully built-out but striped for only two lanes in other areas. This project widens and improves a 1.2 mile long segment of Perris Boulevard between Ironwood Avenue and Manzanita Avenue to an arterial highway standard with a curb-to-curb width of 76-foot to 86-foot with two traffic lanes and a bike line in each direction.
The proposed improvements include curb, gutter, storm drain, pavement, sidewalk, street light, traffic signal, and traffic signal modifications; signing and striping; and related road improvements. Perris Boulevard connects with Reche Vista Drive - Reche Canyon Drive inter-county corridor between State Route 60 in Riverside County and the Interstate 10 freeway in San Bernardino County. It could increase mobility, improve air quality, improve drainage, and enhance safety by completing the missing sections of street improvements and create four continuous travel lanes. The total cost of the project is $5,944,000. Construction started in late July 2014 and is anticipated to end by October 2015 (weather permitting).
- Construction Status Updates
- Project Contact Information
- Project Location Map
- Construction Plans (Sheets 1 – 70) (15.8 MB)
- Construction Staging Plans (Sheets 36 – 43)
- Project Specifications (7 MB)
- Traffic Analysis Data (Prepared Sep ’08)
- Perris Blvd Traffic Collision Report (Jan ’09 to Dec ’13)
- Community Meeting Q&A (Jul '14 & Dec '09)
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Fiscal Year Current Projects
- Heacock Channel Sunnymead Master Drainage Plan Line B Cactus Avenue to Perris Valley Storm Drain Lateral A
- SR-60/Redlands Boulevard Interchange Project Study Report
- Box Springs Communication Tower
- Cycle 2 Pavement Resurfacing
- Aqueduct/Juan Bautista de Anza Trail Project from the Moreno Valley Mall Area to Lake Perris State Recreation Area
- East Sunnymead Boulevard Storm Drain
- Reche Vista Drive Realignment
- Sunnymead Master Drainage Plan Line F and Line F-7
- Nason Street Improvements from Cactus Avenue to Fir Avenue
- Cactus Avenue Eastbound 3rd Lane Improvements from Veterans Way to Heacock Street
- Moreno Townsite Area Storm Drain and Street Improvements
- San Timoteo Foothill Neighborhood Flood Protection – Moreno Master Plan Storm Drain Lines K-1 and K-4
- SR-60/Theodore Street Interchange
- Alessandro Blvd. & Elsworth St. Intersection Improvement Project
- Corporate Yard Facility Phase 1 – Administration Building
- Design Sunnymead Master Drainage Plan Line F and Line F-7
Completed Project Highlights
- Fire Station #48 Sunnymead Ranch Remodeling
- Cycle 5 ADA Access Ramps Improvements
- Cycle 3 & 4 Pedestrian Access Ramp and Bicycle Enhancement
- Heacock Street Improvements from San Michele Road to Perris Valley Storm Drain Lateral “A”
- Alessandro Median from Indian Street to Perris Boulevard
- Auto Mall's New Color Led Video Freeway Sign
- Auto Mall Improvements
- SR-60/Nason Street Overcrossing Bridge
- State Route 60/Moreno Beach Drive Interchange Improvements - Phase 1
- 2012 Local Street Pavement Resurfacing
- Street Improvement Program - Kentland Lane, Wilson Place and Kenny Drive
- Gilman Springs Road Improvements
- Moreno Master Drainage Plan Line "F", Stage 2 Channel Project
- City Standard Engineering Plans
These documents outline uniform design standards for Moreno Valley. All chapters are provided in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format.
- Current Road Closures
- Route 60 Corridor Master Plan for Aesthetics and Landscaping Moreno Valley City Limits (2.5 Meg)
- Quality Assurance Program (QAP) (2 Meg)
- 2016-2017 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (25 Meg)
- 2015-2016 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (16 Meg)
- 2014-2015 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (12 Meg)
- 2013-2014 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (12 Meg)
- 2012-2013 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (13 Meg)
- 2011-2012 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (19 Meg)
- 2010-2011 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (23 Meg)
- Public Right of Way Access Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan (09/13)
- Top Ten Citywide Storm Drain Projects